The Visitors Center introduces and transitions visitors to lake and island activities. The building design was integrated into the landscape, rather than imposing itself upon in it, emphasizing the importance and power of its natural environment.
Objective: The Snyderville Basin Special Recreation District was formed to provide and oversee facilities to residents of the Snyderville Basin located in Summit County. The residents desired a facility that was not a stock solution/prototype design but rather designed for their specific needs and interests. The facility should lengthen the brief outdoor playing season, which… Read more »
EDA was retained by the Salt Lake Organizing Committee to master plan the Utah Olympic Park, design K90 & K120 ski jumps, and support facilities for the bobsled track including start houses, athlete support facilities and viewing areas. The highly visible facilities were designed to extend beyond the 16-day Olympic Winter Games to provide a… Read more »
The Center serves as a cultural focal point of the region. The Centerís design connects it to surrounding structures, yet maintains a captivating presence through its sitting, massing, materials and internal organization. The namesake is Joe Quinney, often referred to as the “father of Utah’s ski industry,” being the original incorporator of the Salt Lake… Read more »